Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day Weekend has changed over the years in Conshy. Growing up here most families couldn’t afford beach houses, you were lucky to sneak away for a day here or there, so Labor Day was like most weekends where people went to the park, or got in one last ice cream treat at Dairy Queen... ...

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Archbishop Kennedy, 20 years later

The last graduating class in Archbishop Kennedy’s history was the class of 1993. It has been 20 years since the school closed it’s doors. Recently an all class reunion was held and it was a well attended event. With the school year starting, expect a few articles on Archbishop ...

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Talkin’ Music with Jack 8/28/13

Talkin’ Music 8/28/13      Back in 2008, Donna and I were traveling across the country and don’t ask me how, but we rode into a one traffic light town, turns out we were in Erick, Oklahoma.  At this intersection we noticed the Roger Miller Museum sitting right on the corner, I’m not a big ...

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Bears Football

By Jack Coll 8-25-13      I was driving down Fayette Street the other night and noticed all the lights on over at the Conshohocken “B” Field.  That means two things, it must be August, and the Conshohocken Golden Bears are preparing for yet another season.  This has been going on since 1961, ...

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Community 8-23-13

It’s great that Conshohocken and West Conshohocken have large on-line communities. Each borough has it’s own You Know You’re From Conshy/West Conshy When pages. A lot of the things people talk about on those pages are things they remember from when they were kids themselves ...

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Flashback Friday 8-23-13

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Talkin’ Music with Jack

  Talkin’ Music is a new Conshy Stuff weekly feature talking about, well, music.  We’ll be talking about new and old music, Soul, Rock, Rhythm and Blues and more.  We’ll connect Conshohocken to the local music scene, the National music scene, and the international music scene, and every ...

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10 questions with Sandi from the CNC

Some of the great people who volunteer sort items in the pantry 10 questions with Sandi Fryer from the Colonial Neighborhood Council 8/20/13 By Brian Coll Recently I got the chance to spend some time with Sandi Fryer. I’ve known Sandi for some time now and I am actually on the Board of the ...

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Colonial Neighborhood Council story coming this week

On these nice summer days it is hard to think about people in need, most of us go about our normal life, but the people in need, are always in need. The Colonial Neighborhood Council is there to help. Later this week, we’ll get the chance to talk to Sandi Fryer, the head honcho at... Read More

A Whole New Conshohocken – One house at a time

By: Jack Coll Like the rest of us I drive around the borough knocking out my daily chores and it seems to me that construction is never ending, and that’s a good thing, unless it’s in front of your house.  I always take note of houses being demolished, thinking of the many families who have... ...

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